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Alabert, C.* et al.: Domain model explains propagation dynamics and stability of histone H3K27 and H3K36 methylation landscapes. Cell Rep. 30, 1223-1234 (2020)
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Bararia, D.* et al.: Cathepsin S alterations induce a tumor-promoting immune microenvironment in follicular lymphoma. Cell Rep. 31:107522 (2020)
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Cohrs, C.M. et al.: Dysfunction of persisting β cells is a key feature of early type 2 diabetes pathogenesis. Cell Rep. 31:107469 (2020)
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Darr, J. et al.: iTAG-RNA isolates cell-specific transcriptional responses to environmental stimuli and identifies an RNA-based endocrine axis. Cell Rep. 30, 3183-3194.e4 (2020)
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Feng, H.* et al.: Transferrin receptor is a specific ferroptosis marker. Cell Rep. 30, 3411-3423.e7 (2020)
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Landgraf, K.* et al.: The obesity susceptibility gene TMEM18 promotes adipogenesis through direct activation of PPARG. Cell Rep. 33:108295 (2020)
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Lüningschrör, P.* et al.: The FTLD risk factor TMEM106B regulates the transport of lysosomes at the axon initial segment of motoneurons. Cell Rep. 30, 3506-3519.e6 (2020)
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Meul, T. et al.: Mitochondria! Regulation of the 26S proteasome. Cell Rep. 32:108059 (2020)
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Parenti, I.* et al.: MAU2 and NIPBL variants impair the heterodimerization of the cohesin loader subunits and cause Cornelia de Lange syndrome. Cell Rep. 31:107647 (2020)
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Gehring, T. et al.: MALT1 phosphorylation controls activation of T lymphocytes and survival of ABC-DLBCL tumor cells. Cell Rep. 29, 873-888.e10 (2019)
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Kluth, O.* et al.: Decreased expression of cilia genes in pancreatic islets as a risk factor for type 2 diabetes in mice and humans. Cell Rep. 26, 3027-3036.e3 (2019)
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Muri, J.* ; Thut, H.* ; Bornkamm, G.W. & Kopf, M.*: B1 and marginal zone B cells but not follicular B2 cells require Gpx4 to prevent lipid peroxidation and ferroptosis. Cell Rep. 29, 2731-2744.e4 (2019)
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Nehls, J. et al.: Release of immunomodulatory Ebola virus glycoprotein-containingmicrovesicles is suppressed by tetherin in a species-specific manner. Cell Rep. 26, 1841-1853.e6 (2019)
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Olefir, I. et al.: Spatial and spectral mapping and decomposition of neural dynamics and organization of the mouse brain with multispectral optoacoustic tomography. Cell Rep. 26, 2833-2846.e3 (2019)
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Pauly, D.* et al.: Cell type-specific complement expression in the healthy and diseased retina. Cell Rep. 29, 2835-2848.e4 (2019)
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Barbagiovanni, G.* et al.: KMT2B is selectively required for neuronal transdifferentiation and its loss exposes dystonia candidate genes. Cell Rep. 25, 988-1001 (2018)
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Bast, L. et al.: Increasing neural stem cell division asymmetry and quiescence are predicted to contribute to the age-related decline in neurogenesis. Cell Rep. 25, 3231-3240.e8 (2018)
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Bouchard, C.* et al.: Genomic location of PRMT6-dependent H3R2 methylation is linked to the transcriptional outcome of associated genes. Cell Rep. 24, 3339-3352 (2018)
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Cheng, Y. et al.: Prediction of adipose browning capacity by systematic integration of transcriptional profiles. Cell Rep. 23, 3112-3125 (2018)
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di Giaimo, R. et al.: The aryl hydrocarbon receptor pathway defines the time frame for restorative neurogenesis. Cell Rep. 25, 3241-3251.e5 (2018)